Sony Computer Entertainment’s new gaming console has made its debut in Singapore. The console was officially welcomed into retail during a launch event this morning at Wisma Atria.
First in line to get one was 38-year-old Aaron Tan, who walked away with a PlayStation Vita TV and a year’s membership to PlayStation Plus to go with his new console. Others who pre-ordered their console brought home a 10-year membership to PlayStation Plus and limited edition AAPE PlayStation merchandise.
Singapore is the first country here in Southeast Asia to gain access to the new PlayStation console. It will make its way to the rest of Asia in the coming months. The PlayStation 4 retails from S$639, now available from Sony concept stores.
More details on pricing and available bundles here.